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A Common Justice: The Legal Allegiances of Christians and Jews Under Early Islam
Note on Transliteration Introduction PART I. LEGAL PLURALISM IN LATE ANTIQUITY AND CLASSICAL ISLAM: SURVEY AND ANALYSIS Chapter 1. A Late Antique Legacy of Legal Pluralism Chapter 2. Islam's JudicialExpand
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Seeking Justice among the 'Outsiders': Christian Recourse to Non-Ecclesiastical Judicial Systems under Early Islam
The phenomenon of Christian recourse to non-ecclesiastical judicial systems during the first few centuries following the Muslim conquest is at the core of this paper. This phenomenon not only alludesExpand
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Communal Boundaries Reconsidered : Jews and Christians Appealing to Muslim Authorities in the Medieval Near East.
Modern scholarship has produced an abundance of works on the history of Jews and Christians in Muslim realms. Quite often these works focus on the status of these communities as religiousExpand
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